1. Valley 34.1, 2. Fayetteville 31.3, 3. Midland Trail 17.5, 4. Montcalm 11.2, 5. Sherman DNQ.
First Team: Alexis Payne, Abby Buchan, Valley; Jessica Brown, Avina Sedlock, Erica Hogan, Maddy Pritt, Fayetteville; Madison Syner, Kennedy Cochran, Midland Trail; Maranda Kendrick, Montcalm.
Second Team: Kelsey Bird, Valley; Katelyn Peelish, Katherine Peelish, Fayetteville; Marissa Workman, Hannah Legg, Emily Carte, Midland Trail.
1. Meadow Bridge 31.7, Richwood 10.6, Greenbrier West 10.4, Pocahontas County DNQ.
First Team: Chandra Harrah, Sara Fleshman, Allison Gilkerson, Meadow Bridge; Brenna Mazzella, Hannah Brown, Richwood; Rachel Redden, Emily Holiday, Greenbrier West.
Second Team: Ally Redden, Caitlin White, Meadow Bridge; Jamie Bailey, Richwood; Kristen Harris, Amber Nutter, Greenbrier West.
Honorable Mention: Courtney Mullins, Meadow Bridge; Maddie Bridges, Corbin Dewitt, Greenbrier West.
1. Westside 45.0, Wyoming East 27.4, Independence 15.3, River View 13.0, Liberty 7.6.
First Team: Hope Lester, Morgan Spolarich, Faith Davis, Danielle Brown, Westside; Brianne Pertee, Chelsea Duncan, Wyoming East; Emily Fedukovich, Kelsey Hart, Independence; Chelsey Dobbs, Phyllis Waldron, River View; Stacy Williams, Liberty.
Second Team: Megan Endicott, Kristin Hash, Westside; Hannah Ford, Hailey Lowman, Chiara Jewell, Wyoming East; Krista Harris, Krista Greene, Independence; Kiersten Dority, Ellamae Johnson, River View; Katana Bryant, Katie McGinnis, Liberty.
Honorable Mention: Hope Davis, McKenzie Endicott, Westside; Kristen Bailey, Taleah Bailey, Wyoming East; Faith Fortner, Kaitlyn Stowers, Brittany Wrenn, Independence; Akasa Benton, Brittany Coeburn, River View; Jasmine Law, Shayla Stephens, Liberty.
1. Nicholas County 39.6, Summers County 35.4, PikeView 29.0, Bluefield 22.7, James Monroe 22.1, Webster County 21.3.
First Team: Shealyn Shafer, Lauren Young, Mykenzie Martin, Nicholas County; Tyra Wynes, Brandy Morrison, Avery Pivont, Summers County; Jordan Page, Kelsie Mann, James Monroe; Brandi Clevenger, Webster County; Hope Nester, Lyndsay Hatfield, PikeView; Destiney Sims, Bluefield.
Second Team: Nicole Hamilton, Makayla Willis, Lindsay Hogan, Nicholas County; Hayley Shrewsbury, Shelby Smith, Abby Taylor, Summers County; Laura Hill, Courtney White, PikeView; Samantha Stout, Webster County; Emily McKinney, Carter Shiflet, James Monroe; Sheila Hopkins, Bluefield.
Honorable Mention: Whitney Robinson, Nicholas County; Brittany Bonds, Emily Smith, Audrey Holley, Summers County; Kelsie Gillespie, Laine Shiflet, James Monroe; Lauryn Hatfield, Alexis May, Madison May, PikeView; Erin Brown, Taylor Anderson, Webster County; Khadijah Brown, Bluefield.
- High School Sports
Westside wins a classic
Many words will be used to describe Friday night’s battle for the Class AA Region 3, Section 1 championship between No. 4 Wyoming East and No. 6 Westside, but one that will be used the most is simple — classic.
Lady Spartans punch their ticket to state tournament
For 21 minutes Friday night, Greenbrier East relived last year’s nightmare, which saw the undefeated Lady Spartans, ranked No. 1 in Class AAA, fall short of the state tournament with a shocking loss to a Capital squad that was below .500 in the Region 3 co-final.
Fast start propels Valley past Wildcats
One day can sometimes make a lot of difference. A whole lot.
Bluefield rolls past PikeView, 76-52
The Region 3, Section 2 championship plaque was securely in the hands of Lykel Collier, and he was in no hurry to give it up.
- Scores and schedules
- Roundup: Greater Beckley-Tug Valley today at Beckley-Raleigh County Convention Center
Fayetteville girls headed to states; Wildcats, Greyhounds get wins
The Fayetteville girls weathered a late surge from host Sherman Wednesday to claim victory in a Class A Region 3 co-final.
- Scores and schedules
One step from state tourney
Home, sweet, home.
The ball seemed to bounce Woodrow Wilson’s way as the Flying Eagles turned back visiting Greenbrier East 63-46 in the Class AAA Region 3, Section 2 final at the Beckley-Raleigh County Convention Center.
Lester powers No. 2 Renegades past PikeView
Westside head coach Jamie Lusk feels that what separates an athlete from a champion is the will to win, pouring yourself out and leaving your heart on the court in the pursuit of victory.
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